I blew up the first photo of a P-51D Mustang that was taken in WW-II (1941-1945). With my art talent I drew the "duck" which was fashioned after Walt Disney's movie cartoon character then had a decal made, which was put on my 2nd kit called "tes[...]
This is an Accurate Miniatures P-51B that has been patiently waiting in my stash to be built for over 20 years. I have to confess that I’m not a huge Mustang fan, but have collected a few of the new Airfix and Eduard “D” models to add to the co[...]
The 361st Fighter Group and “Lou IV”:
The 361st Fighter Group, comprising the 374th, 375th and 376th Fighter Squadrons, came into existence on February 10, 1943 at Richmond Army Air Base, Virginia. The unit was formed with trained personnel fro[...]
N.A. P 51D Mustang 1/48 Tamiya ,built from the box ,with the addition of the true detail interior set .
Color used Ak Extreme metal aluminium for the lower part of the fuselage, Tamiya and gunze acrylic paint for the rest of the fuselage.Decal[...]
Who doesn’t like a bit of time travel? This movie is a little guilty pleasure of mine, HAVE to watch it when it comes on TV. ‘The Final Countdown’...
Chuck Villanueva’s project to pit Tomcat against Zero. Yep, a little bit of a mismatch, bu[...]
I've been a subscriber to AirCorps Library for a few year now. I've been able to get several manuals for the CAF SB2C-5 Helldiver and a few other aircraft. They've had drawings in the past, but this is a WHOLE new chapter in their story.
“Frenesi” was named after a song popularized by the great Artie Shaw, pronounced "Free 'n Easy". Why would a fighter pilot name his airplane for a song? Click here - - and find out. The airplane was one the very first D-model Mustangs the 357th[...]
Major Harry Crim of the 21st group's 531st squadron was a veteran pilot with 2,200 hours total time, & had logged 35 in the P-51. It was enough to become well acquainted with the Mustang's characteristics, though Crim still favored the [...]
Hello everyone, this is how my p-51 mustang restoration has been going. If anyone have not seen my previous post, it talks about how I'm restoring a old hasegawa p-51 mustang and has some pictures of the repainted cockpit. (I attached this post[...]
Built in 2016.
Hasegawa kit, Aztec decals, Mk.82 bombs from a Hasegawa weapon set, Gunze and Tamiya acrylics used.
The F*G used Mustangs for anti-guerilla fighting in the 60ies and early 70ies before the a/c were succeeded by the A-37 Dragonfly.